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Dogs Trust

Radley London

The wait is over – the Radley x Dogs Trust collection is finally available to buy! Dogs Trust will not only receive 15% of the sales from the limited-edition dog walking backpack and four coin purses, but Radley stores will also be raising awareness of our work and customers can donate in-store at till points. What’s more, the first ten customers to donate to Dogs Trust in each Radley store will receive a special gift!

 

 


The chic backpack boasts extra special features designed to keep both dog and owner very happy:

  •     Elasticated straps to safely hold a post-swim towel or picnic blanket
  •     Two elasticated side pockets for a ball or drinking bottle
  •     A removable drawstring bag for treats
  •     A waterproof internal pocket for a slobbery toy
  •     A clip to hold a poop bag dispenser
  •     Additional front, back and internal compartments for a purse, wallet, keys and phone
  •     Dual branded bright yellow lining featuring the Radley and Dogs Trust logo
In addition to the dog walking backpack, the collaboration between Radley and Dogs Trust has also seen the creation of four collectable leather coin purses. Alongside Radley’s signature Scottish Terrier, the collection features three new appliqué designs inspired by real Dogs Trust rescue dogs - choose from Scruffy the crossbreed, Jackie the Dachshund and Lollipop the Golden Retriever. You can read about their stories below! The coin purses are £32 each with 15% of the sale price going directly to Dogs Trust to help the 15,000 homeless hounds we care for every year.  

This luxury range is the pawfect gift for a dog lover this Christmas, or a treat for yourself!

Shop online to get your paws on these ‘mutt-have’ accessories, or to your local Radley store:

Browns York

Radley Concession, Browns of York Department Store, 21 Davygate,York. YO1 8QT

Aberdeen

Unit 13 Bon Accord and St Nicholas Shopping Centre, George St,  Aberdeen. AB25 1HZ

Bath

8-10 Old Bond Street, City Centre, Bath.  BA1 1BW

Birmingham

Unit SU734 Level 7, Bullring, Birmingham.  B5 4BG

Bluewater

Unit 131 Guild Hall, Upper Mall, Bluewater.  DA9 9SS

Cambridge

2 Grand Arcade, St Andrews Street, Cambridge.  CB2 3BJ

Cardiff

Unit LG64, 33 The Hayes, Riverside, St David's, Cardiff.  CF10 1GA

Cheltenham

27 The Promenade, Cheltenham. GL50 1LE

Covent Garden

37 Floral St, London. WC2E 9DJ

Cribbs

Unit 162, The Mall, Cribbs Causeway.  BS34 5DG

Edinburgh

3 Frederick Street, Edinburgh.  EH2 2EY

Glasgow

Unit 24 Princess Square, 48 Bucannan Street, Glasgow G1 3JN                                                            

Leeds

16-18 County Arcade, Victoria Quarter, Leeds.  LS1 6BN

Liverpool

Unit 13 Peters Lane, 20 Peters Arcade, Liverpool.   L1 3DE

Manchester

Unit 38A Manchester Arndale, The Arndale Centre, Manchester M4 3AQ

Meadow Hall

36 Park Lane, Meadowhall Centre, Sheffield.   S9 1EL

Metro Centre

Unit 15 Metro Centre, Newcastle.   NE11 9YG

Nottingham

Unit 9, Exchange Arcade, Nottingham,NG1 2 DD

Trafford Centre

Unit 66, Trafford Centre, 135 Upper Regent Crescent, M17 8AR

 

 

CROSSBREED - Scruffy

Crossbreed Scruffy found himself being cared for by Dogs Trust at the grand old age of 17 when his owner became ill. But the oldie eventually struck gold and is now happily spending his twilight years with a new family where he enjoys an early morning stroll and a cuddle on the sofa.

 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER – Lollipop

Lovely Lollipop arrived at Dogs Trust in 2009 as a stray and had soon amassed quite the fan base. Despite her innocent looks Lollipop really struggled in a conventional home, fortunately she flourished at the charity’s West London rehoming centre and she became a much loved member of the Sponsor Dog family where she was cared for during her final years.

DACHSHUND – Jackie

Little Jackie didn’t have the best start to life after being illegally smuggled into the country in terrible conditions at just 15 weeks of age. After melting the hearts of her new owners, the playful pup couldn’t be happier with her new family where she spends her days playing with her toys and snoozing in her bed.

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